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In 1957, when economist John Galbraith described the United States as The Affluent Society, the average per-person income, expressed in today's dollars, was 8 thousand. Today, the figure is 16 thousand. In spite of that doubling in real income, the number of people who are "very happy" has declined from 35% in 1957 to 30% today.... posted on Aug 24 2002, 553 reads


The rubber tread on the huge wheel was worn, but the humble unicycle tire took Lutheran pastor Lars Clausen across America in his effort to help the Eskimos to whom he once ministered. On a journey that has raised 250 thousand dollars thus far, and will get him into the Guinness Book of World Records, Lars has finally reached the statue of Liberty and is now headed back westward. ... posted on Aug 21 2002, 560 reads


Learning comedy may not make you a star, but it may give you better people skills.
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75 to 90% of all visits to primary care physicians result from stress-related disorders. (Paul Rosch, M.D., President, American Institute of Stress)... posted on Apr 24 2002, 530 reads


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